# one till/to four ?

• 18-Dec-2010, 09:11
ph2004
one till/to four ?
"One till/to four" means "one, two three and four" or "one two and three" ?
If the answer is "one, two. three and four" which word to use if you don't want to include "four" ?
• 18-Dec-2010, 13:43
5jj
Re: one till/to four ?
Quote:

Originally Posted by ph2004
"One (till/) to four" means "one, two three and four" Yes or "one two and three" No
If the answer is "one, two. three and four" which word to use if you don't want to include "four" ?

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• 18-Dec-2010, 13:47
Barb_D
Re: one till/to four ?
I though you meant 3:59 (am or pm)!

A whole number less than 4.
Fewer than four (if there are things you can count).
One to three.
• 18-Dec-2010, 16:19
poorboy_9
Re: one till/to four ?
"One till four" = 3:59, -or- from 1:00 until 4:00
"one to four" = numbers 1, 2, 3 and four, -or- one thru four.
[just my take on it :)]
B.
• 18-Dec-2010, 16:21
SoothingDave
Re: one till/to four ?
Up to, but not including 4.

Context would help.

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